Shanghai Liuli Art Museum
Address: No. 25, Taikang Road, Luwan District (opposite to Tianzifang )
Transportation: Take the Metro Line 9 to Dapu Road Station, walk to walk the
ticket: 20 yuan (18 yuan online shopping)
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 10: 00-17:00 (16:30 stop admission, Monday break)
Play experience: Originally thought that the Liuli Museum is just a place to display beautiful exhibits, never thought that it contained so much emotion and touch. When I arrived here, it was more than 1 in the afternoon. The sun was so dizzy that I saw the Liuli Museum is like seeing life-saving straws. I ran with a trace of coolness.
After entering, the film and television department is showing actors and actress Zhang Guoli and visiting the experience of the Liuli Museum. Through the film, I can see that it is not easy to create a glazed artwork. I have seen the spirit and feelings of the glasswork and placed me in the exhibition hall. Each piece in the book is full of admiration. They use glass art to explore life and emotions!
Shanghai Museum of Natural History
Address: The main entrance of the Natural Museum is located at No. 510, Beijing West Road, Jing'an District, Shanghai (in Jing'an Sculpture Park)
Track: Xinzha Road Station on Line 1 and Nanjing West Road Station on Line 2 (outlet 2) Metro Line 13 Natural Museum Station (outlet No. 1).
Bus: Beijing North Road Chengdu North Road (324), Shimen Second Road Shanhaiguan Road (41 Road, 301 Road, 324 Road, 927 Road) Shimen Second Road, Beijing West Road (104 Road), Beijing West Road Taixing Road (15 Road , 927 Road, 955 Road), Chengdu North Road, Beijing West Road (36 Road, 109 Road, 869 Road, 933 Road, 952B, 974 Road)
Tickets: 30 yuan for adults, 12 yuan for children, 25 yuan for the elderly
Opening hours: 9 :00-17:15;15:30 Stop admission (Closed on Mondays)
Highly recommended ~ From the perspective of the exhibits themselves, this is all-inclusive and beautifully designed; from the perspective of educating people, it is too suitable for parents to bring Children learn to interact; from a spiritual point of view, it is not only children, but it is also necessary for adults to visit here. Learn to look at the head instead of overlooking the nature. Learn to respect every life, every species , to experience the magic of nature, the beauty of life!
PS. Tripods are not allowed in the museum. Selfie sticks, etc., can be self-serviced after the ticket is checked.
It is a natural museum and it is natural to arrange outside the museum.
Up to 4 floors of dinosaurs ~
Shanghai Science center
Attraction Level: AAAAA Level
Address: No. 2000 Century Avenue, Huamu Administration Cultural Center District, West of Century Plaza, south of Century Park
Track: Metro Line 2 Shanghai Science and Technology Museum Station
Bus Lines: Dong Zhou Line, Tunnel Third Line, Shen Chong Second Line, Shen Chong Fourth Line, Bus 640, 794, 815, 984, 638, 983, 184, 975 Road
Tuesdays to Sundays from 9:00 am to 5:15 pm Closed on Mondays (excluding holidays during the Golden Week)
Tickets are available from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.
It is open during the holiday Golden Week. It opens from 9:00 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. every day. Tickets are available from 8:45 am to 4:30 pm.
Play experience: Compared to the Museum of Nature, it's really a little inferior here... The first exhibition hall here contains some of the contents of the natural museum, the second one is the main game here – robots, interactive experience is good, After seeing the robot playing, drawing, playing chess, and archery, the threat theory of the AI artificial intelligence has once again been reaffirmed...
However, the facilities and equipment here are quite old, and even many display instruments are in trouble, and the effect of the tour is greatly reduced. The most let me mind is that the earthquake experience hall is to go grab a ticket to visit, this approach does not seem to meet the original intention of popular science. It is fair to say that science and technology museums can go or not.
Shanghai Science and Technology Museum with a very atmospheric appearance~
The celestial celestial organ is the general name for rites and gongs. Puyi is an instrument for measuring the spherical coordinates of celestial bodies, which is an instrument used to demonstrate sky in ancient times.
Robot vs. Humans ~
Repair auto machinery
Shanghai City History Exhibition Hall
Address: Ground Floor, Oriental Pearl TV Tower, 1 Century Avenue, Pudong New Area, Shanghai
Subway: Take the 2nd line and get off at Lujiazui Station. Exit from the No. 1 port.
Bus: Take the Metro Line 2 to the Oriental Pearl TV Tower or get off at 81, 779, 939 or the Luhezui Ring Road Fenghe Road Station.
Tickets: 35 yuan
Opening hours: 8:00-21:30
Play experience: In order to view the night scene on the Oriental Pearl Tower and to catch a boat on the Huangpu River at night, I spent only 15 minutes watching the Shanghai City History Exhibition Hall and running for a long time. .
But it was such a hurry that it left a deep impression on me. I have not even left the museum. I gasped and said to myself that next time I go to Shanghai, I must buy a ticket for the exhibition hall separately. Take a closer look at the changes in the city of Shanghai!
Maybe it's because I can't get turbulent forever. I have a special liking for this gallery. The wax figure in the pavilion is vivid and vivid. It vividly shows the city's appearance and customs in various periods in Shanghai. The exit is designed to be a crowded Shanghai old-brand store, such as Baique Ling, Lao Feng Xiang, and it has never been like that time, hoping to have a good stroll around these shops, and the next time it will definitely make it up! ! !
Transportation ~ Carriage
Chinese Art Palace
Address: No. 205, Shangnan Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai
Track: Take rail transit line 8 to the China Art Palace Station.
Bus: Take No. 177 to the Expo Road, Shangnan Road Station; take the No. 1030 Road to the Guozhan Road Station on Shangnan Road; take the No. 164, 454, 576, 734, 786, 818, 978, and 981 roads. On the first line of the tunnel, take the Zhounan Line to the south of Pudong South Road; take the No. 576 Road, No. 818 Road, No. 978 Road, No. 981 Road, Zhounan Line, Shanghai Hutang Line, Nanhua Line to the south of Pudong South Road Station on the Shangnan Road; take No. 83 Road to Yaohua Road Get off at South Road Station;
take the 82 road to the south of Xueye Road;
Tickets: You can get a free ticket to visit (except for the toll special exhibition project).
The fee for each special fare program: 20 yuan for regular tickets; 6-18 years old (including 18 years old) minors, full-time undergraduate students with a student ID card, and 10 yuan for senior citizens aged 60-70; 1.3 meters Children below the age of 70 and above are free.
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 to 18:00 Closed on Monday (except national holidays)
Play experience: Chinese Art Palace is the China National Pavilion of the Shanghai World Expo. This visit is another visit to the old land. However, the main exhibitions in the China Pavilion, such as dates, search journeys, and low-carbon actions, have been removed. Only the dynamic Qingming River Map (with additional tickets of RMB 20) has been retained. The rest have been changed to art exhibitions. The museum will mainly exhibit some fine art works on weekdays. A bit of a miss to the China National
Art Museum , the Chinese Art Palace Station on Line 8 is full of World Expo elements.
The hallmark of the Chinese Art Palace basically extends the main elements and design concepts of the Chinese National Pavilion of the 2010 Shanghai World Expo, including the traditional Chinese character, and outlines the appearance of the “Oriental Crown” of the World Expo China Pavilion. Red is a reflection of the love of the Chinese people
At the exit of the Chinese Art Palace, another old friend, the “Peace of Harmony” peacock piano, which was shown at the Irish National Pavilion at the time of the day.
According to reports, this is the world’s first art piano that brings together the world’s top piano production technology and combines contemporary Chinese ink and color art.
"The Sound of Harmony" is based on the colorful ink painting "Peacock" created by the famous contemporary Chinese painter Shi Qi in 1989. It was designed and searched by the German Steinway Piano Company for four years and searched for rare wood.